Vintage Ferraris ran on a high-octane fuel mixture of tomato sauce and mustache hair, which made them run forever but left ladybug-luring leaks in driveways. Power your body motor without having to share with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $35 worth of Italian cuisine at Frediani's. The upscale Henderson eatery offers a full bar, outdoor seating, and live weekend entertainment.
Like chili popsicles and videos of grizzly-bear ballerinas, Italian food is enjoyed around the world due to its versatility and heartiness. Frediani's indulgent menu features a wide selection of pastas, pizzas, sandwiches, and more. Quell rumbling stomachs with an order of decadent calamari ($10.95), deep-fried and served with marinara sauce, or a pepperoni pizza ($10). Trust dependable boot-shaped-country classics like bruschetta ($8) or authentic Caesar salad ($7) as a doorway into one of Frediani's generous pasta dishes. Put your palate to the test with a plate of spicy seafood diablo ($15.95), or try out the eatery's homemade lasagna ($13.95) or sausage penne ($15.95) with mushrooms and cream sauce. Frediani's also serves a variety of meat-centric dishes, including grilled salmon ($16.95), 8-ounce flat iron steak ($14.95), and chicken Marsala ($15.95). View a complete dinner menu here. For midday meals, Frediani's lunch menu offers a well-edited selection of pasta dishes, pizzas, and appetizers.
Charming U-shaped booths and elegantly dressed tables pepper Frediani's handsome dining room, while intimate lighting reflects warmly off the terra-cotta-inspired floor tiles. Open daily for dinner, the quaint restaurant serves a weekday lunch and features live music on Friday and Saturday evenings. Sit out on the sidewalk for an alfresco meal, sip selections from the expansive bar, or steal away at white-clothed tables for an intimate, carb-happy meal.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reviewed Frediani's in 2009:
- We started with a basket of mixed breads and a saucer of olive oil and balsamic vinegar, which our waiter replenished when our starters and entrees took too long, which they most certainly did. Fried artichokes…were crispy-coated bottoms with a nice chunky tomato sauce; bruschetta…was heavily garlicked (that's a good thing) slices of bread topped with fresh chunks of tomato, basil and some Parmesan. – Heidi Knapp Rinella, Las Vegas Review-Journal
Eighty-one percent of Urbanspooners like it:
- I went to this restaurant not knowing what to expect. and i [sic] was nicely surprised at how great the food was not to mention the ambiance and how nice everyone was to us. I would definitely recommend this gem of a place, There is nothing like it in Las Vegas. – Attila, Urbanspoon
2895 N Green Valley Pkwy.
Henderson, Nevada 89014Get Directions